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>> jimmy: wow! all right. it's time to compete. round one. the real rulon gardner received an honor recently. what was that honor? >> i was -- i was named wisk deep clean's first official sweat ambassador. every workout i lose practice. >> jimmy: of what? >> of sweat. wisk collected my sweaty workout clothes and gave me this jar that represents my gunk. >> jimmy: okay. round two. i'm going to ask a different kind of question. spell the name rulon. guillermo. >> guillermo: r-u-l-o -- [ loud buzzer sounds ] >> jimmy: close enough. let's go to the tiebreak.
wrestle, gentlemen, wrestle. here we go. oh, my goodness. looks like we have a winner! well, let's see who is our masked wrestler. that's not rulon gardner. there he is. ladies and gentlemen, american gold medalist rulon gardner! thank you rulon. thanks for watching! >> dicky: when it comes to laundry, body oils and sweat outnumber visible stains 20-1. wisk deep clean attacks these where they hide while some other detergents can leave them behind. for more information, go to facebook.com/wisk. "jimmy kimmel live" is back in two minutes with lea michele, adam devine, and music from the avett brothers. [ cheers and applause ] all sep! like jeep compass suvs and florida vacations, kinect prizes, and radio shack prize packs. even cash, and more! just grab a 30-ounce drink or doritos chips with your sub for a chance to win!
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avett brothers. with cleto and the cletones. and now, sure enough, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everybody. sure enough. i'm jimmy kimmel and i'm the host. thanks for coming, for robbing bodies of the sleep i desperately need. i appreciate it. well, i'm glad you're in a good mood. it's a very special night for us here at abc. "bachelor pad" had its finale tonight. have you seen this show "bachelor pad"? [ cheers ] >> jimmy: well, shame on you. it's basically a collection of the row jeks from "the bachelor" and "bachelorette" hanging out in swimsuits and humping each
other. they all live in a house together. it came out about the same time they canceled "extreme makeover: home edition." it's like, sorry poor people, we can't do this. we have a bachelor pad to build. everyone who has been eliminated from the house, people get eliminated from the house up until the final week. everyone who has been eliminated votes on which of the two remaining couples is their favorite then the winning couple has a chance to win $250,000 but there is a twist, the guy and the gal who don't necessarily know each other that well have to decide individually if they want to keep the money for themself or share the money with the person in the couple with them without knowing what the other person chose. i know this is confusing but they both say share they split the money up 125,000 apiece. if one person says keep and another one says share the one who said keep gets to keep the whole $250,000. if they both say keep neither
get it. rachel and nick were the final couple. here's how it all played out. >> you know how bad it sucks when you're in the final mpetition to stay together you tell me that if michael and i were to be in the competition together we'd win this for sure. but i was your partner. >> i didn't say that. >> you sure did. >> so i decided to keep it. [ cheers and applause ] >> [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: now, let me just say that is not how it would go if jesus was in charge. jesus would give the person to the person who said share but jesus isn't busy producing it. monday night football returned to espn. tonight there were two games tonight. you're so excited by this you've come here instead of watching. the bengals versus the ravens and chargers against
"nightline," i take it. a whole day of monday night. used to be we had games on monday and sunday night but now it seems like there's a game on every night. it's tough. if you're married and your wife doesn't like football you're out of commission 22 hours a week including pre and postgames. that's not good for relationships. tonight i'll help guys to have your cake and eat it too. i've asked my cousin mickey who happens to be a woman to explain football to women who don't follow the game. there are a lot of facts we take for granted. men who love football, grab the women who don't, gather around the tv now, part of a continuing series in which my cousin mickey will answer questions to explain the basics of football as best she can. ♪ >> because it's -- i know this. soccer is called football in other countries because that's just what they call it. i think it also originated in other countries as soccer and
then when it came to the united states, it became football because we were becoming fancy. we wanted a fancier word. yeah. >> did i tell you i actually did not know that. i voted something too. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i could watch these all day by the way because -- here's another one. this is geared more specifically to our local fans. >> dodgers. [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's about as right as she's going to get. this is interesting. the software company mcafee, is it mcafee or mcafee? >> guillermo: mcafee. >> jimmy: that's what he gets with his egg mcmuffin in the
morning, mccoffee. they just released their annual list of the top 20 most dangerous celebrities to search for the internet. some malicious websites will use them to trick people into clicking on links and give your computer a virus. this year it's more interes than usual. >> words used to describe harry potter star emma watson include things like pretty, talented, charming, the internet security company mcafee says watson is the favorite celebrity for cybercriminals trying to lure internet users. many bad guys use watson's name to trick users into downloading malware or steal their personal information. the others are jessica biel, eva mendez, selena gomez and halle berry, the only guy to crack the top 20 was jimmy kimmel. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i guess that's true,
right? maybe. i'm the most dangerous man in america. you hear that, everyone who wouldn't go to the prom with me? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: according to the list i'm more dangerous than taylor swift but less dangerous than sofia vergara. last year brad pitt was in the top 20 and now he's not. i finally beat brad pitt at something. that's exciting. i have no idea why my name popped up on those lists but not only am i dangerous to search on the internet as guillermo will tell you, i'm dangerous to search in real life too. [ beeping ] >> guillermo: all right. put your arms on your head, please. okay. open your jacket. >> ow. ow. he's so dangerous, man. ow, ow. ow. ow.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: really committed to the hopping. [ applause ] >> jimmy: so that happened. prince harry is back in the news three weeks after those nude photos of prince harry playing strip billiards at the hotel, he was deployed for a four-month tour of duty in afghanistan. tough family. one crazy night and queen grandma ships your ass right to kandahar. our own princess harry lindsay lohan was in the news this weekend. she tweeted president obama on the topic of tax cuts. the president tweeted i've cut tacks tore people who need it, middle class families, small business owners so lindsay tweeted "we also need to cut them for those that are listed on forbes as millionaires. if they are not, you must consider that as well and would have tweeted more but hit the car in front of her and had to put the phone down. i think that's very brave. thank you, lindsay. final someone is standing up for
those who have been falsely accused of being called millionaires in "forbes" magazine. someone needs to tell lindsey lohan she's lindsay lohan and should be focusing on what the president plans on doing on cutting car insurance deductibles. the state of texas is getting ready to open a stretch of highway that will have the highest speed limit in the country. in november texas will open a road between austin and san antonio. the speed limit will be 85 miles an hour. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: i think it's a good plan. ifs there's one thing there isn't enough of in texas, it's roadkill. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: tlc, you know tlc, home to quality shows like "here comes honey boo-boo." they unveiled another winner "breaking amish." you know this or you're just amish? four amish people and one mennonite leave their simple
lives behind to work in new york city and be destroyed, i guess. i don't know. we'll see ha happens. one of them we met was 22 amos from punxsutawney, pennsylvania. this family is fun. >> come on into our house. this is the kitchen. and here's the stove, runs off of natural gas and this here is where we eat. this here is my mom, mary. >> hi. >> and this here is my sister ella. and that's my brother andy. last time i had fun was probably two years ago. >> jimmy: so not exactly "the real housewives of atlanta" seemed for a minute it was going to turn into a jenga commercial but one of the other amish guys named jeremiah.
he is from holmes county, ohio, he had an interesting take on the amish lifestyle. >> this is a lawn mower here. kind of hard work. we don't have the gas-powered mowers. some people have those but this is what we got to put up with. being amish like we can't do nothing. we do everything the hard way and first of all, you know, i was adopted and i got kind of thrown into this amish crap and i'm -- >> jimmy: i like that. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: how great would it be if we made him the next bachelor? wouldn't that be -- this is a weird story from china. this is a story of four boys, 6-year-old identical quadruple lets. i guess, yeah, identical quadruplets who started going to school. the teachers were worried they wouldn't be able to tell them apart. her mother shaved numbers into the tops of their heads.
apparently she figured the easiest way to minimize confusion and maximize embarrassment at school. although i guess it was more practical than scotch taping an abacus to their heads. you know what would work better, not dressing them identically. with technology, stumbled on name tags, the kid who got off the easiest was number one he looks like mr. t. the rest look like dr. seuss characters or something. so after years of hearing how much smarter the chinese are than we are, it's nice to see a story like this come along. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: in chicago today after contract negotiations broke down unexpectedly 26,000 public scho schoolteachers walked off the job and went on strike, the first teachers' strike they had in 25 years. teachers are calling it a last resort. city officials are saying it's unnecessary and wrong and students are calling it awesome. almost every kid in chicago gets to skip school. it's like there are 400,000 ferris buhlers lose on the
street and we don't have enough parades for them to dance in. i support the teachers here. i think teachers should get paid a lot more than they do but i also think it's important for kids to keep learning so tonight to make sure the kids in chicago maybe they're staying up late watching continue to learn i've asked one of our hollywood boulevard superheroes to help. when trouble abounds superman is always there. so pay attention, kids because tonight the caped crusader is here to fill that education gap. ♪ >> okay, today, children, we are going to learn about verbs and adverbs. and the differences. well, a verb would be a word such as red would be a verb. an adverb would be like reddish. reddish would be an adverb.
so over here it's basically one item and then, of course, for an adverb it would be more than one. so a verb could also be used for people, so let's say people, okay, people and then, of course, the adverb would be you're adding more people to that one person so it turs into persons. so that would be your adverb. ♪ >> jimmy: he's actually smart. really powerful. in other superhero news clint eastwood spoke publicly about that infamous speech he made at the republican national convention and spoke to his hometown newspaper "the hometown
pinecone." it sounds like a new fall flavor at starbucks. he was not embarrassed by his speech and described the whole thing as mission accomplished. well, in in assuming his mission was to come off as a crazy old man talking to a piece of turn tur i agree. both the vice president and president had unbelievable photo-ops. he was in a cruiser's diner and biden 1309ed a lady biker. called her over to talk and somehow she wound up in his lap. those two guys beat him up in the parking lot afterward. i think i have an idea for wild hogs ii. can someone get tim allen on the phone. this i like even more. if he wins he'll win it one unwanted back massage at a time. so it's official. joe biden is the inappropriate drunk unnal the every wedding. meanwhile, president obama was in florida campaigning.
yesterday he visited the big apple pizza and pasta restaurant in ft. pierce. when he got there he met the owner of the restaurant, that big guy who was very excited to meet the president. he kept shaking his hand, he wanted to hug him. even kind like put him in some kind of an arm lock there. you can see he was so excited he truly went ahead, not only to hug him, he lifted the president off the ground and that became the photo of the day. that's not a hug. that's a heimlich. [ applause ] >> jimmy: hard to believe the secret service let him get that close or even harder to believe michelle let him in a pizza place. after the democratic and republican conventions president obama is still ahead of mitt romney in the national polls but the romney campaign has a lot of money to spend and have a new ad campaign in which they're encouraging voters to, quote, break up with obama. the idea, i guess, is to lure those swing voters who supported obama last election over to the other side and while it's unusual to encourage people to
break up with the president as if he's a lover or something, it's a strong campaign. the ads themselves are pretty effective. ♪ >> hello, america, it's us. >> your parents. >> listen, you know that your mother and i don't like to get involved in your personal affair. >> we love you and just want you to be happy. >> it's just this man that you've been seeing, this bernock. >> barack obama. >> we don't think he's right for you. >> he's not our kind of people. >> we realize that we think it's exciting he buys you things like health care and whatnot. >> honey, the guy wants jusone thing, your vote. >> he has no business experience. how will he provide for you. >> you have to start thinking about your future and he's black. >> did we have to talk about this. >> i'm sorry. i'm worried. >> look. >> we're talking about the next four years of your life. >> listen, you're a beautiful country. you deserve a great guy.
i mean, certainly there's some candidate out there who will love you. what about this mitt romney? >> don't make that face. >> listen, he's good-looking. he's well spoken. >> he's got money. >> look, i no he that he's not mr. thrills, but he's reliable. >> you had your fun with barack around the clock. >> love isn't everything. >> it's true. i never loved your large. >> we've been married for 30 years. just think about it. >> mitt romney, the one you marry. >> i'm mitt romney and i approve of this commercial. >> we have a good show for you tonight. from "workaholics" and the new movie "pitch perfect" adam devine is here. we have music from the avett brothers. and we'll be right back with lea michele from "glee," so stick around. [ applause ] [ male announcer ] new 5 rpm gum. choose your energy.
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[ applause ] >> jimmy: hi there. welcome back. tonight on the program, you know him from "workaholics" on comedy central. his new movie "pitch perfect" opens september 28th, adam devine is here. [ applause ] >> jimmy: and then a terrific band with music from this new album that comes out tomorrow. it's called "the carpenter." the avett brothers from the bud light outdoor stage. i like them. tomorrow night dr. phil mcgraw will be here. from the new show "ben and kate," dakota johnson will be here. and we'll have music from rita ora. and later this week, simon cowell and britney spears will be here together. terry bradshaw will be here alone, and we'll have music from slightly stoopid and dave matthews band. that is this week on the show.
for one special hour every week my bffs mix up a big pitcher of watermelon martinis and watch our next guest sing her little heart out. "glee" starts on thursday. please say hello to lea michele. [ cheers and applause ] >> wait a minute. >> jimmy: thank you for coming. >> what do you drink? >> jimmy: watermelon martinis. >> is this true? >> jimmy: no. >> you made it up. >> jimmy: it's a lie. it's one in a series of lies. >> watermelon, i was so excited. all right. >> jimmy: you know what, i try not to drink during the week. that's my deal. do you drink during the week? are you a drinker in general. >> we're italian so at the table there's pellegrino and red wine so i could never decipher between the two. >> jimmy: my family is italian as well.
my grandfather would have a big jug of the world's cheapest wine and would sit on the floor and he would pour himself a glass of it every night. >> what is it about keeping it on the floor and the bottles of soda were also on the floor, as well. >> jimmy: why is that? we're an unsanitary people i think is whats. >> i'm not saying anything. my family will come after me. >> jimmy: i keep expecting you to break into song in some way. >> i get that a lot. >> jimmy: you don't do that -- >> only in my shower and car and it's not that great. >> jimmy: you're not a teenager too. how old are you? >> 26. i'm not a kid. [ cheers ] >> whoo! >> jimmy: not a kid birthday anymore. for my last year, my 25th birthday i had like a nice sophisticated party and my parents were there and i love them so much, hi, by the way, mom and dad, i love you. >> jimmy: get the wine off the floor. >> right. but it was hilarious because as we were singing happy birthday my mom comes in with the wax 2
and the 5 that she puts on the cake and i was like, all right, all right, i think that the kid birthdays are done so this year i tried to be grown-up. >> jimmy: what did you do? you ignore it. that's what you are you do when you're a grown up. >> jimmy: no party. nothing? >> i had a nice -- my friends took me out. >> jimmy: but not like a party or gifts or anything like that. >> huh-uh. >> jimmy: nothing special really. >> simple, 26. >> jimmy: okay, good. are you domestic? i know you just bought a new house. >> i did. i bought a house. it's really great. every day there's something new -- to fix. >> jimmy: oh, good. >> i don't think it ends. apparently right now i have like four feet of ivy growing in the attic. my landscaper told me it looks like ju among ji up there. i don't know what to do. it never stops. >> jimmy: i hope david alan grier isn't up there running around. >> i think it would be really fun. >> jimmy: you haven't gone up there to look. >> i am not going up there.
>> jimmy: sending gardners up to your -- >> i think it's haunted. i'll let it all play out. the ghosts will come out if they're there and everything will be fine. >> jimmy: why do you think it's haunted? anything happen? >> not a thing. thought a thing. >> jimmy: you hope that's romantic idea -- >> yes, absolutely, absolutely. >> jimmy: would you move if your house was haunted. >> i did. my apartment was in new york -- it was definitely and i'm out. >> jimmy: because of that. >> i found out that it was owned by nuns back in the day and -- >> jimmy: oh, they're the worst. >> and the koven vent and one day i heard someone warming up and singing in my bathroom and i'm out. >> jimmy: really? >> i'm out. yeah. >> jimmy: kind of ironic given what you do for a living. >> really scary. i'm very easily scared. i love watching horror films but i'm very easily scared. >> jimmy: have you -- i assume you've been like that since you were a kid. >> yeah, i think the first movie i remember seeing was "aliens" started it all. >> jimmy: the first movie ever?
yeah, that's a scary one. i think i took my kids to see like "monkey's day out" as their first movie. >> i don't think that's really a movie. >> jimmy: it isn't but i remember -- >> that doesn't exist and the watermelon drinks don't exist either. >> jimmy: the plot. it was a monkey that went around -- >> that's okay. we keep making ships up. we'll just keep talking about these things. >> jimmy: what did your parents do? what was their profession? >> when -- growing up i was born in the bronx and my dad owned a deli so i would like -- an italian deli. he's not italian. he's jewish but he pretended well and people think he's italian. but he's not. hi, dad. >> jimmy: wow, that's great. oh, i only wish my dad had a deli. i would weigh 500 pounds. >> i would get up early in the morning and go with him and sweep the floors and help him with the cold cuts. i loved to cook. >> jimmy: what was the name of the deli? >> oh, my god.
i'm not saying. i'm embarrassed. i don't know it was called sal's house of good food. his name is not sal. it's mark. i don't know where sal comes from. >> jimmy: sal's house of good food? i think it's a good name. >> he doesn't work there anymore. >> jimmy: is it still there? >> i don't think so. >> jimmy: you actually worked there. >> i did until i started working on broadway. it was a quick thing from the deli to broad way. >> jimmy: how old were you when you started on broadway. >> years old. one of my best friends is jonathan. we were in "spring awakening" and everybody say hi. where is he? i can't find him. >> oh, there he is. >> he didn't call me on mie birthday. >> jimmy: he didn't. >> i brought him here to call him out. >> jimmy: why didn't you call her? >> i just forgot. i'm so sorry. >> so that's why -- >> i can't believe you're calling me out on "jimmy kimmel." >> he's with his mom and dad and they own a farm in pennsylvania and named one of their goats lea
michele. she just had twins and apparently she's pregnant again. >> jimmy: oh, congratulations -- lea michele gets around, doesn't she? >> she's -- >> jimmy: i don't know that i'd want a goat named after me. >> lea michele is eating garbage again. >> but she's popping out those kids. >> jimmy: would you take maybe one of baby goats -- >> i went to that farm once. it was not a fun experience. i'm from the city. it wasn't great. i held on -- i love horses so much. they're my -- horses are my life and ient to go pet one of the horses and there was what i thought was a rope, turns out it's an electrical cord. i got electrocuted at the farm. it wasn't fun. it wasn't fun. i thought i was going to be it some cabin with some quilted blankets and hot cocoa. i wasn't. i was getting electrocuted with lea the goat popping out babies. >> jimmy: lea the goat. wow, that's pretty crazy. not too many people have goats named after them. >> i feel very lucky. >> jimmy: sure. goats and ghosts.
that's very interesting. now, on "glee" you're now -- you've now moved on. graduated from high school. rachel, your character. >> yes. >> jimmy: but now your teacher is kate hudson i've been seeing. >> my dance teacher. >> jimmy: she's your dance teacher. >> dance teacher from hell. yeah, she's sort of the new sylvester for rachel in "yada". >> jimmy: will she be on the wohl season? >> i hope so. if i don't stop asking her about "almost famous" constantly my favorite movie all time. she's been amazing and it's incredible. >> jimmy: in a way you have the same role that screech had in "saved by the bell." >> i do? >> jimmy: that you've stuck around -- >> you call me much screech. this guy right here. >> jimmy: they called you a goat. and tried to electrocute you and these are your best friends. >> i know. [ applause ] >> jimmy: well, very good to see you. >> you, as well. this was the first show i did.
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but it makes millions off west marylanders every year. now they're running dishonest ads. why? because voting for question seven is a vote to build a... world-class resort casino in maryland. creating thousands of jobs and... ...according to the official department of legislative... services, hundreds of millions for our schools. while saving taxpayer money by cutting casino subsidies. question seven. good jobs and better schools in maryland. not west virginia. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well, hi, everyone. we're back. still to come the music from the avett brothers. you know our next
guest from his very funny show on comedy central called "workaholics." he is part of a new musical comedy film called "pitch perfect" which opens in select cities on september 28th. please say hello to adam devine. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: adam, i don't want to embarrass you but i heard you had trouble getting here. >> my license is suspended. i just found out. >> jimmy: your driver's license? >> my life license. >> jimmy: i heard you were waiting in line for a wristband with the audience to get into the show and they had to come out and tell you, no, no, you'll have to -- you can go right in. you're one of the guests. >> i went to the lady and i'm like a guest and she's like, sure. we're all guests here. on the planet earth. welcome. she was very rude. >> jimmy: you were saying that your -- you were saying that you
also don't have a driver's -- oh -- >> my driver's license. i just found out -- i was so excited because they just told me yesterday that i'm going to be on the show so i was very excited then i go home and open my mail and it send i have to send my driver's license back because i don't deserve it. that was the verbal, it wasn't very profesh. >> jimmy: it was suspended. >> i don't pay a tick. that's my thing. >> jimmy: parking -- >> all of the above. i'm a chide and i get them and i'm like, ooh! no, you're not real! there's no trash can ther i? us have a pile of them. >> jimmy: why didn't you do that with the letter when -- >> i did the same thing with that. >> jimmy: so are you driving now? how did you get here? >> i drove. i drove. try to catch me. you don't know where i'm at. no! there's a cop in the audience. >> jimmy: there is a police officer in the audience.
you could be in a lot of trouble. >> you know, i'm too cute for tickets. let's admit it. >> jimmy: you did say we called you yesterday and asked you to do the show and appreciate you coming. >> thank you. >> jimmy: on such short notice. >> no, thank you. >> jimmy: but we did have some trouble because we looked up your wikipedia page to find out some things about you and it seems to be all wrong. >> yeah, it turns out wikipedia is nothing but lies. so that's a slam on wiki. i wouldn't trust their leaks either. >> jimmy: yours are -- your lies are unusual lies. in fact, i think it says -- >> a lot of it is my doing. >> jimmy: why is that? >> i -- when i was like first starting out and i'd like write a bio but had no credits besides my mom's womb. >> jimmy: that's not a credit. >> no, turns out that's not -- the crowd doesn't like that. >> jimmy: barely even a residence.
>> so i cut and pasted into washington's bio. >> jimmy: because i saw it said you're in "training day". >> fordham university, star of "training day." "man on fire." i figure people would get it bu university so i have people on the trees who are like, fordham. go, rams! i'm like, i'm a community college dropout. don't put me in with your smarts. >> jimmy: you're an oscar winner so that's got to be nice. >> thank you. [ applause ] you can't see it. the cameras aren't very good but i have one single tear. >> jimmy: some of the top cameras in television. this movie "pitch perfect" who do you play? >> i play this character named bumper who -- cute name. >> jimmy: really named bumper. >> that's what sold me on the role. i was like, i want to get pigeonholed as a maniac.
right off the bat. >> jimmy: okay, and he's singing in the movie. >> i sing in the movie. i sang before in my entire life. >> jimmy: how did you get a part singing if -- >> i didn't know it was a singing movie. i heard it was for -- kay cannon wrote the script. she was funny and i knew she wrote for "30 rock" so i'm like this is cool and legit. right before i went to the audition my agent is like adam -- that's how he talks. adam, hey, agent, and has no name either. it's a singing movie. you have to have a song prepared. had no song prepared and i also don't memorize songs very well. the only songs i had memorized are like from theme song, television. so i dropped a little "family matters." a little -- ♪ whatever happened to predictability the paper and the evening tv ♪ >> jimmy: did you really sing that in the audition? [ applause ] >> oscar award winner.
>> jimmy: and that worked out? that got you to the job. >> somehow. i don't know. i thought for sure -- i've seen the movie it's very funny. i seen it but i thought for sure once i started singing, it was just going to be usher's voice. silky smooth and match it perfectly but they left me in it. >> jimmy: pretty exciting and "workaholics" is pretty popular. >> yeah. thank you [ applause ] >> jimmy: things are going well for you. how will you clear up the driver's license thing. >> i'm not going to do. that. i'm a dangerous hollywood dude. >> jimmy: the car we sent you -- you are not able to keep that driver. eventually you'll need groceries and you will aveto handle this somehow. >> i'll grow up someday but not today because i'm on "jimmy kimmel live"! >> jimmy: adam devine, everyone. no need to apologize. it opens in select cities september 28th.
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die," the avett brothers! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ all it'll take is just one moment and you can say goodbye to how we had it planned ♪ ♪ fear like a habit run like a rabbit out and away through the screen door to the unknown ♪ ♪ and i wanna love you and more i wanna find you and more ♪ ♪ where do you reside when you hide
how can i find you ♪ ♪ 'cause i wanna send you and more i wanna tempt you and more ♪ ♪ can you tell that i'm alive let me prove it ♪ ♪ well, you and i we're the same live and die ♪ ♪ we're the same hear my voice know my name you and i we're the same ♪ ♪ live like a pharaoh sing like a sparrow anyway even if there is no land or love in sight ♪ ♪ we bloom like roses lead like moses out and away through the bitter crowd
to the daylight ♪ ♪ and i wanna love you and more i wanna find you and more ♪ ♪ can you tell that i am alive let me prove it to you darling ♪ ♪ you and i we're the same live and die we're the same ♪ ♪ you rejoice i complain but you and i we're the same ♪ ♪ live and die we're the same and you and i we're the same ♪ ♪ hear my voice know my name you and i we're the same ♪ ♪ ♪